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Fallon: Histon Will Batter Swindon's Defence

Fallon: Histon Will Batter Swindon's Defence

Histon manager Steve Fallon has told the local press that his team will attack Swindon Town`s dodgy defence in the hope of pulling off a giant killing.

Fallon told Cambridge News 'We've seen a DVD of a 20-minute period from their match at the weekend where they looked a bit dodgy, so we'll be reminding our players of that."

Town may have scored 3 goals on Saturday against Scunthorpe however the team also conceded 3 and it looks as if the Stutes will be looking to exploit this weakness.

Histon are no strangers to beating Football League clubs in the FA Cup after they got a shock win over Shrewsbury in 2004`s competitions.

Fallon`s side are flying high in third, one point off top spot in the Blue Square Premier and Fallon feels as if his side will win or at the very least draw, 'We've got every chance of getting a result if we perform like we have been doing over the last month, and everyone at the club will be disappointed if we don't get at least a replay."

Town boss Maurice Malpas is keen to avoid coming back to Wiltshire with egg on his face by losing to the part time conference club and will fielding pretty much his entire first team fro the FA Cup clash at the Glassworld Stadium.

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday November 7 2008
Time: 11:57AM

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They have to get the ball first - hopefully we'll have a cushion of a goal or two before then.
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07/11/2008 16:55:00
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